Most Neuropathies Are Idiopathic

Howe, James
September 2010
Journal of Religion & Health;Sep2010, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p393
Academic Journal
The poem Most Neuropathies Are Idiopathic" by James Howe is presented. First Line: Most neuropathies are idiopathic; Last Line: it too would be worn away and gone.


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